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Old 06-18-2013, 02:17 PM   #1

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Some New Changes in TSF Diamond Mill Area

I hope everyone is having a chance to get out wheeling during the nice days we are having.

When the Official new TSF trail maps come out (scheduled for sometime in July, they will be available on line before they can be found at most locations.)

I wanted to let everyone know of a couple of new changes for Class II vehicles in the Diamond Mill area.

The trail Truck Dent #123 is currently under modification to restore it back to the conditions it was meant to be, which will still include the features that Jeep created for their 2012 commercial. Truck Dent will continue to remain rated as Moderate, but at the upper end of the scale. The original design was tested for 35" tires on Rubicons. Although Truck Dent is a little more challenging then it has been in the past, it is still safe and a lot of fun to drive. We hope to have the remaining parts of the trail finished in the next couple of weeks. Until then it is open while we are working on it.

Another new change in the Diamond Mill Area is the opening of the Jones Creek Road Trail #83 to Class II vehicles. The Jones Creek Road trail will be rated Moderate and is designed for 80" or smaller vehicles. The Jones Creek Road trail was a Class I & Class III trail only up until a week ago, but now is officially open to Class II vehicles. It is a fun uphill trail with a few different features that keeps your seat time enjoyable.

So if you have some free time and are looking for some different trails to try, you might want to go out and check out these two trails.

I should have some information on the new trail that just opened in the Trask Area in a few days, also on the other trail in the same area that has been cleaned up.

Remember to be Safe and Tread Lightly!

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Old 06-19-2013, 05:39 PM   #2
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